Our sex life is so repetitive I have to imagine arousing situations in bed ~ By Golly ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜„

Our sex life is so repetitive I have to imagine arousing situations in bed

By Golly ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜†

Thought of the day ๐Ÿ’ฅSMILES

Smile ๐Ÿ˜
Thank you
Thinking of you too xxx
Smile ๐Ÿ˜

Start a Meetup group

Building Social-Confidence and Social-Leadership

Start a Meetup group
Meetup groups are not just a fantastic way of meeting new people, but they are a fantastic way of practicing social interaction in a comfortable environment. What I have found is that there are always new people coming to Meetups and that you will never be the only person that does not know anyone. This can help you to start to create your very own social circle that you can practice taking the lead in.

Starting your own Meetup group is another fantastic way of enabling you to truly show your uniqueness. You can design your groupโ€™s site, pick the locations and choose your target audience, allowing you to build social leadership in a way that is suited to your life.

Join Toastmasters
Toastmasters is undoubtedly one of the best ways of building your confidence in front of people. For those that do not know, Toastmasters is a non-profit organisation helping individuals build communication and leadership skills. Essentially, you go through a variety of exercise, games and simulations that help you think on your feet, prepare key messages and speak in front of an audience.

Spend just 6 weeks with toastmasters and Iโ€™m sure you will feel a vast improvement in your social confidence and social leadership.

Develop and deliver a presentation on your topic of expertise
What is it that you are an expert in? What do people come to you for when they need help? Develop and deliver a presentation on your topic of expertise and enhance your social confidence and social leadership. Giving a presentation not only enables you to practice your speaking and communication skills in front of an audience, but it helps you develop authority in the topic that you are choosing.

Have you noticed that after giving a presentation people seem more interested in talking to you? Getting up and presenting in front of an audience gives otherโ€™s an insight into who you are as a person, enabling them to feel more comfortable in approaching you. This enables you to easily develop your social confidence and social leadership amongst something that you have expertise in and in an environment where you feel more comfortable.

Do something silly and make it public!
The world is simply one big playground! I absolutely love this one and it is something my friends and I do regularly. Never underestimate itโ€™s power in enhancing your social confidence and social leadership.

Jump outside of your comfort zone and do something silly in public. Perhaps itโ€™s singing in public, dancing in public, wearing an outlandish t-shirt in public. Perhaps itโ€™s organising a day out wearing ridiculous outfits with friends. Whatever it is, make sure itโ€™s silly, fun and something that you normally would not do.

Being silly in public helps you learn that life is simply about having fun and that social interactions do not have to be daunting or serious. It also enables you to truly show your uniqueness and bring out another side of your personality for the world to see.

Go to networking events
There is a lot of stigma around networking events, but in saying that there is also a lot of awesome value. Networking events are everywhere these days and for a range of different purposes. Find a networking event that suits your interests and practice meeting new people. The more that you practice interacting with others and the more you observe others interacting , you will quickly build your social confidence and also enhance your social leadership, allowing you to be more comfortable in expressing who you truly are.

Go to singles events
Even if youโ€™re not single, going to singleโ€™s events can be a fantastic way of putting yourself out there and practicing your social skills. The good thing is, everyone is there to meet new people and simply have a good time. Sure, you might be spending more time with the opposite sex here, but they make up about 50% of the population so itโ€™s not a bad place to start.

As an added bonus, if youโ€™re single and youโ€™ve developed your social confidence and social leadership, you will most likely walk away with a few dates to come your way!

Be the organizer of events amongst your friends
Last but definitely not least, be the organizer of events among your friends. You already have a good relationship with your friends and you will no doubt have social confidence amongst them. Being the organizer of events is a great way of developing your social leadership, allowing you to show your uniqueness and do activities that most interest you and that you feel more comfortable in doing. Your friends will see you as a social leader, also helping you to develop your social confidence.

Having complete social confidence and social leadership is not something that is found overnight. It is built and developed from taking action, putting yourself out there, learning more about yourself and experiencing the world.

WHAT WOMEN WANT? Best read ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜

Hormonal predictors of women’s sexual motivation

Women’s mating psychology may have evolved to track reproductive conditions, including conception risk, across and between ovulatory cycles. Alternatively, within-woman correlations between mating psychology and ovarian hormones may be byproducts of between-women relationships. Here, we examined associations between steroid hormones and two facets of sexual psychology with putatively different adaptive functions, sociosexual orientation and general sexual desire, in a sample of naturally cycling women (NC; n = 348, 87 of whom completed 2 sessions) and hormonally contracepting women (HC; n = 266, 65 of whom completed 2 sessions). Across two sessions, increases in estradiol predicted elevated sociosexual desires in NC women, and this relationship was stronger in women whose progesterone simultaneously decreased across sessions. Changes in hormones were not associated with changes in general sexual desire. Between-subjects differences in testosterone robustly, positively predicted sociosexuality and general sexual desire among NC women. Hormones were not consistently related to changes or differences in sexual psychology among HC women. The present results are consistent with testosterone contributing to individual differences, or modulating relatively long-term changes, in women’s mating psychology. Further, our within-woman findings are consistent with the hypothesis that shifts in women’s mating psychology may function to secure genetic benefits, and that these shifts are not byproducts of between-women associations.



” reality is its not or when you have sex

It’s who you do it with lol ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Jack Boswell the Artist

Made all that up ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜…

Texas Cowboys ๐Ÿ˜

A Sheriff in a small town in Texas walks out in the street and sees a blond haired cowboy coming toward him with nothing on but his cowboy hat, his gun and his boots. He arrests him for indecent exposure. As he is locking him up, he asks, ‘Why in the world are you walking around like this?โ€™

The cowboy says, ‘Well it’s like this Sheriff ……

I was in this bar down the road and this pretty little redhead asks me to go out to her motorhome with her. So I did.

We go inside and she pulls off her top and asks me to pull off my shirt… So I did.

Then she pulls off her skirt and asks me to pull off my pants…. So I did.

Then she pulls off her panties and asks me to pull off my shorts…so I did.

Then she gets on the bed and looks at me kind of sexy and says, ‘Now go to town, cowboy.โ€™

‘And here I am.’

Son of a Gun. Blonde Men do exist!!!!



“CAN YOU EVER GET TOO MUCH PICKLE!” a poem, celebrating “International Pickle Week!” a.k.a.: “Going Green!” February 18, 2019 – Moon Day

(Painting: “Nude on a Couch” 1890 by Gustave Caillebotte)

The Pickle Lover [courting a mild allergic reaction!]:

“The way you love me thrills me so,
I’m titillated – from head to toe!
I am vibrating all-over-the-place;
You make me swell – and flush my face;
I’m-bursting at the seams, I AM!
Pickle me up, I-love-to-jam,
You down my throat! I want MORE, please;
Crunchy! Salty! I’m on my knees!
We’ll dance around, in love-filled joy,
And roll [embraced]! I CAN’T BE COY!
Yet, wait a moment, my green lover!”

She-dashed from the room! I “unscrewed” my cover,*
I plopped from the jar, a-seeking her!
She-was-on the couch! She did-not stir!
She lay there, lovely – and passed out!
I guess the-excitement had been too “stout!”
So-I-painted-her-there, as she lay,
Upon the couch, in my green, green way!

fin <3๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜

* – the pickle lid!



American~ Contributed Author

I would like all of my right wing, conservative friends and family members to read the following. It explains my beliefs in a nutshell. It explains my views in an even tempered, logical way. I wish I knew who wrote it so that I could give credit. But I believe it expresses the position of most of us who think of ourselves as liberals.

โ€œLet’s break it down, shall we? Because quite frankly, I’m getting a little tired of being told what I believe and what I stand for. Spoiler alert: Not every Liberal is the same, though the majority of Liberals I know think along roughly these same lines:

โ€œ1. I believe a country should take care of its weakest members. A country cannot call itself civilized when its children, disabled, sick, and elderly are neglected. Period.

2. I believe healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Somehow that’s interpreted as “I believe Obamacare is the end-all, be-all.” This is not the case. I’m fully aware that the ACA has problems, that a national healthcare system would require everyone to chip in, and that it’s impossible to create one that is devoid of flaws, but I have yet to hear an argument against it that makes โ€œlet people die because they can’t afford healthcareโ€ a better alternative. I believe healthcare should be far cheaper than it is, and that everyone should have access to it. And no, I’m not opposed to paying higher taxes in the name of making that happen.

3. I believe education should be affordable and accessible to everyone. It doesn’t necessarily have to be free (though it works in other countries, so I’m mystified as to why it can’t work in the US), but at the end of the day, there is no excuse for students graduating from college saddled with five- or six-figure debt.

4. I don’t believe your money should be taken from you and given to people who don’t want to work. I have literally never encountered anyone who believes this. Ever. I just have a massive moral problem with a society where a handful of people can possess the majority of the wealth while there are people literally starving to death, freezing to death, or dying because they can’t afford to go to the doctor. Fair wages, lower housing costs, universal healthcare, affordable education, and the wealthy actually paying their share would go a long way toward alleviating this. Somehow believing that makes me a communist.

5. I don’t throw around โ€œI’m willing to pay higher taxesโ€ lightly. I’m retired and on a fixed income, but I still pay taxes. If I’m suggesting something that involves paying more, well, it’s because I’m fine with paying my share as long as it’s actually going to something besides lining corporate pockets or bombing other countries while Americans die without healthcare.

6. I believe companies should be required to pay their employees a decent, livable wage. Somehow this is always interpreted as me wanting burger flippers to be able to afford a penthouse apartment and a Mercedes. What it actually means is that no one should have to work three full-time jobs just to keep their head above water. Restaurant servers should not have to rely on tips, multibillion dollar companies should not have employees on food stamps, workers shouldn’t have to work themselves into the ground just to barely make ends meet, and minimum wage should be enough for someone to work 40 hours and live.

7. I am not anti-Christian. I have no desire to stop Christians from being Christians, to close churches, to ban the Bible, to forbid prayer in school, etc. (BTW, prayer in school is NOT illegal; compulsory prayer in school is – and should be – illegal). All I ask is that Christians recognize my right to live according to my beliefs. When I get pissed off that a politician is trying to legislate Scripture into law, I’m not โ€œoffended by Christianityโ€ — I’m offended that you’re trying to force me to live by your religion’s rules. You know how you get really upset at the thought of Muslims imposing Sharia law on you? That’s how I feel about Christians trying to impose biblical law on me. Be a Christian. Do your thing. Just don’t force it on me or mine.

8. I don’t believe LGBT people should have more rights than you. I just believe they should have the same rights as you.

9. I don’t believe illegal immigrants should come to America and have the world at their feet, especially since THIS ISN’T WHAT THEY DO (spoiler: undocumented immigrants are ineligible for all those programs they’re supposed to be abusing, and if they’re โ€œstealingโ€ your job it’s because your employer is hiring illegally). I’m not opposed to deporting people who are here illegally, but I believe there are far more humane ways to handle undocumented immigration than our current practices (i.e., detaining children, splitting up families, ending DACA, etc).

10. I don’t believe the government should regulate everything, but since greed is such a driving force in our country, we NEED regulations to prevent cut corners, environmental destruction, tainted food/water, unsafe materials in consumable goods or medical equipment, etc. It’s not that I want the government’s hands in everything — I just don’t trust people trying to make money to ensure that their products/practices/etc. are actually SAFE. Is the government devoid of shadiness? Of course not. But with those regulations in place, consumers have recourse if they’re harmed and companies are liable for medical bills, environmental cleanup, etc. Just kind of seems like common sense when the alternative to government regulation is letting companies bring their bottom line into the equation.

11. I believe our current administration is fascist. Not because I dislike them or because I canโ€™t get over an election, but because I’ve spent too many years reading and learning about the Third Reich to miss the similarities. Not because any administration I dislike must be Nazis, but because things are actually mirroring authoritarian and fascist regimes of the past.

12. I believe the systemic racism and misogyny in our society is much worse than many people think, and desperately needs to be addressed. Which means those with privilege — white, straight, male, economic, etc. — need to start listening, even if you don’t like what you’re hearing, so we can start dismantling everything that’s causing people to be marginalized.

13. I am not interested in coming after your blessed guns, nor is anyone serving in government. What I am interested in is sensible policies, including background checks, that just MIGHT save one personโ€™s, perhaps a toddlerโ€™s, life by the hand of someone who should not have a gun. (Got another opinion? Put it on your page, not mine).

14. I believe in so-called political correctness. I prefer to think its social politeness. If call you Chuck and you say you prefer to be called Charles Iโ€™ll call you Charles. Itโ€™s the polite thing to do. Not because everyone is a delicate snowflake, but because as Maya Angelou put it, when we know better, we do better. When someone tells you that a term or phrase is more accurate/less hurtful than the one you’re using, you now know better. So why not do better? How does it hurt you to NOT hurt another person?

15. I believe in funding sustainable energy, including offering education to people currently working in coal or oil, so they can change jobs. There are too many sustainable options available for us to continue with coal and oil. Sorry, billionaires. Maybe try investing in something else.

16. I believe that women should not be treated as a separate class of human. They should be paid the same as men who do the same work, should have the same rights as men and should be free from abuse. Why on earth shouldnโ€™t they be?

I think that about covers it. Bottom line is that I’m a liberal because I think we should take care of each other. That doesn’t mean you should work 80 hours a week so your lazy neighbor can get all your money. It just means I don’t believe there is any scenario in which preventable suffering is an acceptable outcome as long as money is saved.โ€

We are into the third [full] week of February 2019 “Cult Awareness Month,” and the next few days is often celebrated as “International Pickle Week,” perhaps because they eat a lot of pickles in cults!๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿคฃ

We are into the third [full] week of February 2019 “Cult Awareness Month,” and the next few days is often celebrated as “International Pickle Week,” perhaps because they eat a lot of pickles in cults! [They are fairly cheap and nutritious, often kosher! and vegan! and cults are into keeping keeping their members healthy, so they will be able to take over the world OR easily jump aboard the next space craft arriving to pick up souls for the journey to the appropriate star system!] To kick off this week, The Mystic Poet has several pickle poems. “Let’s get the pickle on!” says The Mystic Poet; “for, like the cowbell, you can never get enough pickle!”

“CUCUMBERS CAN SOMETIMES SPEAK!” a poem, in celebration of “International Pickle Week!” February 18, 2019 (Monday)

I AM A CUCUMBER! [Please]-let-me fit-in-your-jar,
Of vinegar and salt! I think we’ll go far!
Although we’re “in a pickle” whether-SWEETened – or-DILL,
It’s NOT a bad pickle, and maybe we’ll still,
Get on OK – and have a good time,
‘Cause EVERYONE’S-IN-A-PICKLE! That’s-what this-here-rhyme,
Is trying to say, but, THAT IS OK,
For, since The Beginning, “God’s”-pickled each day,
Presenting us cucumbers – with-a tempting abode,
To hide ourselves in, while reciting an ode*

PICKLEODE: a.k.a.: “Ode On A Grecian Pickle Jar!” to the tune “Don’t Fear The Reaper,” sung by Blue Oyster Cult!

I’m a cu cu mber!
Aaaaaa ND a pi———- ckle too,
Come on baby, eat the pickle – It’s hard, but not so hard to “do” – – – – [Come on, eat the pick-le!]
Come on baby – Oh! Come on and take the pickle,
It won’t make you cry! ‘less-you-get-juice in your eye -ye ye ye
Piiiiiii ckle – from your jar – A Greeeeeeeeeeeeeecian urn you are —–
puuuuuuucker puuuucker up puuuuuucker – – – – –

Cooooooome on! Piiiiiiiiiickle: Oo!
– It iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisn’t hard to “do,”
Pickles can be real yummy! They’ll make you pucker up and stuff! [Come on baby – Oh, . . . [Yea! you can’t get enough! – of the piiiiiiiiickklllllllllle!]
And-forever, I can be with you!
My Grecian, pickle jaaaaaaaaar, we’ll have a BALL,** [Come on, baby – Oh! . . . .
For you’re my pickled dollooooooooll!
Just screw the lid and callaaaaall!
You’re pickle’s – STANDING TALL! [Come on, eat the pick-le!] [I sometimes comes in a caaaaaaaan!] [I’m a green, Martian maaaaaaaan!] [Make some brine in a paaaaaaaaaan!]

fin <3๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜…

* – An ode is simply a poem, intended to be sung! [alternative line . . . to fire our load!] For instance, “ODE ON A GRECIAN URN,” published by romantic poet John Keats in 1820, is a classical example of this poetic form, written by Keats, who died at age 25 of tuberculosis and was considered, like The Mystic Poet, a terrible poet – and a poetic upstart! Well, time has convinced us all that John Keats was a GREAT POET! “Like Keats, I am simply not appreciated as much as I would have been had I not been born a mulatto female dwarf!” The Mystic Poet. “I originated a drink that never really caught on at coffee shops: The MooLatte, a hot or warm milk drink, with a milk base, to be drunk at night before retiring; you can also eat a pickle while you are drinking it!

** – BALL-Mason jars are perfect for making your own pickles!

“BIG, HARD & TART!” a poem for “International Pickle Week!” Feb. 18, 2019 (Monday)

Mr. Pickle has a sickle,
And with-it he likes to tickle,
Every part of lovely you,
To hear you squealing as you do!

That Mr. Pickle!! What a dill,
But he can often really thrill,
Your tasty buds! Yes, Hon, your gastric,
Juices-will-respond! [‘specially]-if-he’s-Vlasic!

But Claussen’s also tasty too,
And Best Maid’s hard and tart for you!
When others [are] done and much is said,
Try Bubbies before-you go to bed!

fin <3

โ€œLONG LIVE THE KING!โ€ย  a poemย ย  18 February 2019 (Monday)๐Ÿค

{Picture: Dr. Rex & Eleanor Wilson, proud parents of their son Brian, who was an outstanding basketball player at Alpine High School [Alpine, Texas] but was involved in a car accident which took his life before he got to attend college.]

Dr. Rex Wilson was my vocal coach when I attended Sul Ross! He passed away today! Feb. 17, 2019! Here is something I wrote for him called:

โ€œLONG LIVE THE KING!โ€ a poem 1 February 2019 (Monday)

He-was Dr. Rex, The Lion-Heart-ed;*

Yes, we-are-sorry he is parted,
But, heโ€™ll never die, for in our hearts,

Dr. Wilson still imparts:

โ€œLift your pillows,** everyone! –

Remember-to-sing and have good fun,

And LIFT YOUR GLASSES to remember me –

For-I-AM-ever-with-you, a-sparrow***-with-eyes-of-glee!โ€

fin <3


* – โ€œREXโ€ means โ€œKing,โ€ and some courageous, honorable kings are referred to as having โ€œlion hearts,โ€ broad, generous and kind dispositions and manners.

** – When singing, Dr. Wilson often reminded his vocal students to raise their cheeks, for this helped to produce a quality sound! He would say: โ€œLIFT YOUR PILLOWS and smile!”

*** – In Alpine, Texas, U. S. A., Dr. Wilson was know for singing a beautiful rendition of “His Eye Is On The Sparrow!โ€ I often heard him sing it in churches, and he accompanied me on piano or organ, sometimes when I sang, sometimes when I played the cello! He was/is a marvelous singer, teacher and person!

Dr Rex Wilson


I find myself at the beginning of another day.
I do not know what it will bring.
Please help me to be ready for whatever it may be.

If I am to stand up, help me to stand bravely.
If I am to sit still, help me to sit quietly.
If I am to lie low, help me to do it patiently.
If I am to do nothing, let me do it gallantly.

I pray just for today, for these twenty-four hours,
for the ability to cooperate with others according to the way Jesus taught us to live.
โ€œYour kingdom come, you will be done on earth as it is in heaven.โ€
May these words that he taught us become more than words.

Please free my thinking and feelings and the thinking and feelings of others,
from all forms of self-will, self-centeredness, dishonesty, and deception.
Along with my brothers and sisters,
I need this freedom to make my choices today according to your desires.
Send your Spirit to inspire me in time of doubt and indecision so that, together, we can walk along your path



Story of the day ~ Tree

The Giving Tree
Once upon a time, there lived a big mango tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it everyday. He climbed to the tree top, ate the mangoes, took a nap under the shadowโ€ฆ He loved the tree and the tree loved to play with him. Time went by, The little boy grew, and he no longer played around the tree.

One day, the boy came back to the tree with a sad look on his face. โ€œCome and play with me,โ€ the tree asked the boy. โ€œI am no longer a kid, I donโ€™t play around trees anymore.โ€ The boy replied, โ€œI want toys. I need money to buy them.โ€ โ€œSorry, I donโ€™t have moneyโ€ฆ but you can pick all my mangoes and sell them so you will have money.โ€ The boy was so excited. He picked all the mangoes on the tree and left happily. The boy didnโ€™t come back. The tree was sad. One day, the boy grown into a man returned. The tree was so excited. โ€œCome and play with me,โ€ the tree said. โ€œI donโ€™t have time to play. I have to work for my family. We need a house for shelter. Can you help me?โ€ โ€œSorry, I donโ€™t have a house, but you can chop off my branches to build your house.โ€ So the man cut all the branches off the tree and left happily. The tree was glad to see him happy but the boy didnโ€™t come back afterward. The tree was again lonely and sad. One hot summer day, the man returned and the tree was delighted. โ€œCome and play with me!โ€ The tree said. โ€œI am sad and getting old. I want to go sailing to relax myself. Can you give me a boat?โ€ โ€œUse my trunk to build your boat. You can sail far away and be happy.โ€ So the man cut the tree trunk to make a boat. He went sailing and didnโ€™t come back for a long time. Finally, the man returned after he had been gone for so many years. โ€œSorry, my boy, but I donโ€™t have anything for you anymore. No more mangoes to give you.โ€ The tree said. โ€œI donโ€™t have teeth to bite,โ€ the man replied. โ€œNo more trunk for you to climb on.โ€ โ€œI am too old for that now,โ€ the man said. โ€œI really canโ€™t give you anything, the only thing left is my dying roots,โ€ the tree said with sadness. โ€œI donโ€™t need much now, just a place to rest. I am tired after all these years,โ€ the man replied. โ€œGood! Old tree roots are the best place to lean on and rest. Come sit down with me and rest.โ€ The boy sat down and the tree was glad and smiled.
Moral: The tree in the story represents our parents. When we are young, we love to play with them. When we grow up, we leave them and only come back when we need help. Parents sacrifice their lives for us. Never Forget their sacrifices. Give them Love and Care before its too late.